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New on-street parking rates coming Monday, July 10  

Blog Stats: 650 words | 4-minute read Summary: Routine paid parking rate adjustments will take effect at locations throughout the city on Monday, July 10. This seasonal adjustment is part of our regular process to help ensure enough parking is available, based on the latest real-world usage data and seasonal… [ Keep reading ]

What’s happening in June: summer events, planned construction, and tips to keep you moving around Seattle

Blog Stats: 1,800 words | 11-minute read It’s June and summer fun has arrived in Seattle! We have so many great events this month — from Pride to Fremont Fair to professional sports — plus some planned construction to keep an eye out for. Here’s a list of some of… [ Keep reading ]

New on-street paid parking rates spring into effect this Monday, March 27

Blog stats: 500 words | 3-minute read At-a-glance: On Monday, March 27, rate adjustments to Seattle’s on-street paid parking will take effect at locations throughout the city. This seasonal adjustment is part of our regular process to help ensure enough parking is available, based on the latest real-world usage data… [ Keep reading ]

A Better Detour for People Biking During Spokane St Swing Bridge Emergency Closure

Related Updates: Bridge repair update: Crews have repaired 500 feet of damaged power conduit on the Spokane St Swing Bridge and are preparing to remove a damaged 15,000-pound hydraulic turning cylinder. Read more. Read about other resources to get around during the Spokane St Swing Bridge closure. This is part… [ Keep reading ]

We’ve expanded the bus-only hours in Interbay along 15th Ave W and Elliott Ave W

Editor’s Note (Jan. 24, 2023): The expanded bus-only hours took effect on Monday, January 23, 2023. Crews also updated signs along the street to note the change. This blog post has been updated to reflect the change taking effect. Summary at-a-glance: Check out our blog post from October 2022 to… [ Keep reading ]

We applied for a $2 million federal grant for data-driven curb space management

Summary: Since 2010, we’ve been a national leader in managing public curb space and using data to inform on-street parking rates. We’ve submitted a new $2 million federal grant application to the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) to build on this success and extend our data-driven approach to commercial vehicle… [ Keep reading ]

New, safer street designs proposed for Beacon Hill

We’ve been working with Beacon Hill and southeast Seattle communities to create people-focused streets that help everyone get around safely and gets us closer to completing the citywide active transportation network. Today, we’re sharing new plans for the 15th Ave S and Beacon Ave S bike route that embody best… [ Keep reading ]

We’re adjusting on-street paid parking rates to make it easier to find a parking spot

Details at-a-glance: Starting Monday, October 24, new on-street paid parking rates will take effect in Seattle. The update is based on the latest available parking data collected and analyzed in August and September. Our goal is for there to be one or two open parking spaces on each block. This… [ Keep reading ]

Happy Labor Day weekend, Seattle! Here’s our last roundup of weekend travel tips for the summer.

Please note – You can click any of the drop-down links to go directly to a specific topic: Trans Pride Seattle PAX West Bratfest National Cinema Day Bicycle Weekend on Lake Washington Boulevard Home games for Seattle sports Construction snapshot Transit and trip planning resources It’s officially September, and summer… [ Keep reading ]

Soak up the last of summer with these fun events! Our travel tips will help you get there. 

Please note – You can click any of the drop-down links to go directly to a specific topic:  Tibet Fest  Scooped! Ice Cream Festival  HangarFest  Seattle Folklorico Festival  Mariners home games Construction snapshot  Transit and trip planning resources  Happy weekend, Seattle! It’s hard to believe, but August is already winding… [ Keep reading ]